In the final part of our BDO alternative dispute resolution (ADR) series, tax director Dawn Register and Manchester partner Ed Dwan outline what happens when a settlement is reached.
BDO mini-series: ADR
Alternative Dispute Resolution is a new form of HMRC/taxpayer dispute resolution, suitable for individuals, SMEs and large corporates.
This blog covers a video mini-series dramatisation of the ADR process between two clients and HMRC.
You can view the videos here, in sequential order:
- ADR Prelude: To mediate or not to mediate
- Episode One: Face to Face
- Episode Two: What lies beneath?
- Episode Three: Crunch time!
- Episode Four: Series Finale - will they reach a settlement?
BDO’s Alternative Dispute Resolution mini-series will portray the fictitious Mr & Mrs Spencer-Smith, who have long-running enquiries, mediating their dispute with Mr Gain and Mr Blood of HMRC in five documentary-style episodes.
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